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the day combing for details on these two suspects. we begin with patti lee. she is live in watertown massachusetts not far from everything going on. i understand you have new video to release. >> this is video i took when the stand off started. the video you're about to see is basically how this unfolded. we were at a location that was a shelter in place area. in the middle of watertown when they called the shelter in place off. then we saw a roll of cars stream back into town like -- lights and sirens on and shortly after that we heard a volley of fire. so just shots fired and at that point, what you're about to see is kind of chris paxton and i, chasing the police into this neighborhood where, where they finally caught this suspect. so what you're seeing now is, basically all of these officers kind of surrounding this area and, and later engaging the suspect. and so we were watching from a vantage point in the parking lot. but prior to that you can see that we were able to get as close as we could to the crime scene when the authorities told us that we were probably go
participated in the marathon are still in boston tonight. patti lee is also there she joins us live now with how they are recovering from the terror that they saw yesterday. patti. >> reporter: it's going to take some time to recover after all these runners and spectators saw the horrific incident. you can see tonight they are coming together to honor the dead and injured. erin hern was cheering for his mother when the bombs went off. shrapnel hit his body. >> it's as sick as i can possibly imagine to set off a bomb where there's just spectators standing around. children. >> reporter: alamo resident stan rowland had just finished the race and was just a block from the blast. he was not injured but the incident will likely leave scars that can't be seen. >> it's such a tragedy that people do this to such an amazing event. it definitely won't stop me from coming back again. i think no one is ever going to forget what we went through yesterday. >> reporter: vanessa walton and her husband are returning to northern california last night. sick of the carnage they saw. >> i saw two big explosi
to today to remember the victims of monday's bomb attacks. ktvu's patti lee joins us live from boston to show us the interfaith service where the president said the city will run again, patty. >> reporter: these sidewalks and streets were packed with people. here to hear the president speak. as was this church. which was filled to its 2000 person capacity. some people told thus show of strength and the numbers was as powerful as the speeches heard inside. a line line of people stretched around the block to enter the church in boston. getting ahold of ticket took determination. he waited all night for one after taking bus from new york to boston. >> because this whole thing is personal for me. >> for many in the crowd the tragedy also retes a also represents a threat and they wanted to hear reassurance. >> you don't need a mental detector to go in or anything and i think that is powerful and special and i mean it may have to change but it is sad we do have to go through something like this. >> the president paid respect to those killed and wounded in the bombings and promised this is
's patty lee is in boston. she is on the phone now. where were you when this happened and what did you see and hear? >> i was about 2 blocks away from the finish line. we were there to cheer on a friend of ours who finished the marathon. we agreed to meet in front of a different hotel. we heard the first blast. we said what was that, did you hear that and then we heard the second boom. this is a noisy event. there are tens of thousands of people. >> you weren't sure maybe it was a firework, by the second blast there was no mistaking that this was unlikely to be a positive thing and we were there with three young children between the ages of 4-9 and decided that even though we didn't know what happened it would be best to leave the area. so we did just that. >> can you talk about what boston is like tonight? >> boston is on lock down. as you heard they knowed down a lot -- closed down a lot of streets. it is patriots day. there should be a baseball game going on, should be so many people out enjoying the evening, the accomplishment of the marathon and instead the streets are deserted. takin
, following multiple injuries. patti lee joins us now. she's live in boston with an update on his progress and how the city is pulling together. >> reporter: surgeons here worked on aaron hern were two hours to repair a severe gash on his thigh, and tonight his family is hopeful they'll be able to return to california soon. around 1:00 this afternoon, a young boy left flowers near the finish line of the boston marathon. around the same time today, 11- year-old aaron hern from martinez hit by shrapnel had his second surgery. his family tells us it was successful. kara is rooting for aaron's full recovery. >> i didn't know that boy or his family, but the fact that he's from where i live, it's unfortunate. >> reporter: the martinez native says the tragedy of the marathon is connecting strangers in an unexpected way. >> i was going to play some patriotic music. >> reporter: this afternoon, crowds gathered at the federal courthouse in boston, after news spread that a suspect would be taken there. >> they were saying they had the suspects in custody. they would bring them in. now they're saying
is a city still coming to grips with the tragedy. ktvu's patti lee has more. >> reporter: a line of people stretched around the block to enter the cathedral of the holy cross. >> everyone has come together as a community, as a nation and the world. >> reporter: thousands waited on the streets for a look at the first family. for many the tragedy at the finish line at the boston marathon represent as threat to the way americans live. they wanted hear reassurance from their president. >> i hope that -- i think it may have to change but it is sad that it does -- we have to go through this. >> reporter: president obama paid respects to those killed and wounded and promised this was not the end. >> i am proud and i feel so much better about, you know, taking the next step to recovery. >>> for those who could not attend this stretch of boylston street is serving as a standing and by this afternoon this memorial grown in size. >> we will take everything and move it somewhere safe. >> reporter: he is the protector of the memorial here and promised to patrol it at night so others could find strength
coverage for you, patti lee is in watertown, and we begin with jennifer davis, liver in boston where a shelt shelter in place was lifted 90 minutes ago. >> reporter: we are seeing more activity but this city still very much on edge. officials say they need a little bit more time as they continue to hunt for this suspect who they have not yet apprehended. police telling everyone to lock their doors and stay inside as a manhunt is underway for the suspect in the marathon bombing. >> asking people to shelter in place, in other words to stay indoors with their doors locked and not to open the door for anyone other than a properly identified law enforcement officer. >> the fbi releasing pictures of the suspects identified as brothers dzhokhar and tamerlan tsarnaev. they were spotted near a robbery where a police officer was shot to death and they carjacked a car and kept the driver briefly before letting him go, he died in a gun battle overnight and also a police officer injured. they are asking people to be patient. >> there is a lot of information. please be patient and work with you,
sign died from his injuries. on 2 tonight patti lee spoke with the victim's father. >>>reporter: 34 -year-old boyer was preparing for a new phase of his life last year he married a fellow paramedic unit school, last week he was accepted into stanford's program for physician assistant but on tuesday boyer were shot in the head, here at the intersection of keller enhancing near the oakland hills. witnesses told police a man got out of a brown car opened fire causing boyer to crash his car down the embankment. he died yesterday in the hospital. >> they took my son from the. and -- my son from being and the boat up is crazy creating a devastating loss. >>>reporter: roger boyer described as that is committed to helping others of paramedic i trade who also volunteered at his local church . >> there is a 10,000-dollar reward given by crimestoppers, asking the public if they have seen anything, heard anything. >>>reporter: the boyer family hopes conscience will prompt someone with information about their son's killer to come forward. >> i have had tw
for this suspect that is cornered in in a backyard in watertown massachusetts. patti lee is just a couple of blocks away. patti heard the gunshots. she was one of the reporters who was being pushed back because it was too dangerous. pa atti is on the phone with us, describe to us what the situation is like? >> after the flash bangs, it seems to have gone quiet again. there's pretty much a crowd has gathered. which is surprising given the volatility of the situation. but for us far enough back, the police are keeping us far enough back that we're far enough away. we also hear that the suspect has been cornered in the back of a house. we're not close enough to see any activity at this point. we had a pretty good view where some of this activity was taking place. we can't see anything. but it sure seems that every time it gets quiet something happens so i don't want to speak too soon. >> patty you earlier told us you're about 200 yards from where this is all happening. just to give you an idea of the time line, it was about 4:00 our time when you heard those gunshots fired. now since then you talked
. when the gunfire broke out late this afternoon, they were literally that close. patti lee is in watertown right now, where did things stand right now, what is it like a couple of hours after the suspect was taken into custody? >> reporter: well , right now we have made it up to franklin street. this is the yellow cape that's keeping us from the house where the boat and the yard is being processed. fbi in charged of the scene, you can see them working on -- processing this entire crime scene. you can see already folks who have been waiting returning to their homes are out thanking the officers who are leaving. i am going to get out of the way. >> [ applause ] >> so a lot of celebrations still here but a lot of work still to be done here at this crime scene, at the primary crime scene, we had a chance to speak with a c who over looked this crime scene. they said about 60 shots went off, they said it was the most frighten things they have heard. i think we have the tape ready from the neighbors that heard the whole thing. >> i don't know why they were shooting in the
. reporting live, patty lee. >>> one person dead and four others injured in a roll over crash on highway 13. at about 3:45 a white suv overturned several times near the red wood road exit. it came to the rest facing the wrong direction and the 2 left lanes have been shut down. and because of that it caused a major traffic back up. >>> a new crime prevention plan involved garbage collectors. and rob ross is live in fairfield with the new training they are receiving to try to help keep their communities safe. rob? >> reporter: trash collectors are watching out for the neighborhoods they serve in addition to picking up trash. trash collecting and crime fighting isn't usually associatedth. have aveed agreed to keep on eye out and if they see anything out odd they will call the police. >> if you saw something that seemed odd, you you would take a look. >> the big take away from training was noticing what is going on and how to be a good witness. >> reporter: because they on the same streets every week, they can tell if something isn't right. neighbors couldn't praise the practice enough. >> it i
to start. for the first time ever they are in the final four. and patti lee is here to tell us that people are starting to take notice. >> reporter: you don't have to be a cal fan or even like basketball to follow a team that's now inspiring a new generation of athletes. at carmont middle school, the dreams are more than the exception. >> go to the wmba. >> make it out of oakland. >> reporter: now the cal women's basketball team is inspiring the women on this court to shoot for college scholarships. >> i'm so glad because they are right here for my girls to see. >> reporter: this is the first time she's seen kids pay such close attention to a woman's college basketball team. jones explains why she's become such a big fan. >> when you think of basketball you think of men nobody talks about the wmba. everybody talks about the nba. so for the girls to make it is big. >> reporter: she's calling the cal team role models. >> to know that our woman's basketball team has gone so far i think is tremendous. >> reporter: tahara a cal berkeley senior says the excitement on campus is building ahead of
they are in the final four. and patti lee is here to tell us that people are starting to take notice. >> reporter: you don't have to be a cal fan or even like basketball to follow a team that's now inspiring a new generation of athletes. at carmont middle school, the dreams are more than the exception. >> go to the wmba. >> make it out of oakland. >> reporter: now the cal women's basketball team is inspiring the women on this court to shoot for college scholarships. >> i'm so glad because they are right here for my girls to see. >> reporter: this is the first time she's seen kids pay such close attention to a woman's college basketball team. jones explains why she's become such a big fan. >> when you think of basketball you think of men nobody talks about the wmba. everybody talks about the nba. so for the girls to make it is big. >> reporter: she's calling the cal team role models. >> to know that our woman's basketball team has gone so far i think is tremendous. >> reporter: tahara a cal berkeley senior says the excitement on campus is building ahead of the team's first stretch to the championship g
the bombings. ktvu's patti lee is live in boston where the first lady met with -- lady met with aaron hern and his family today. >> reporter: aaron hern was one of three children who met with michelle obama today. we got a picture. here it is. you can see aaron hern just had surgery yesterday. he is recovering well and his mother reports that he should be out of the icu as early as tomorrow. tonight you could see many people have come here. those of them not lucky enough to meet with the first family came here to pay tribute. >> boston marathon sign flies over the memorial where thousands of people are coming to pay their respects. >> there has to be something to remind us that we are americans. and all one people. the gathering place was the church of the holagaroses -- cathedral of the holy cross where president obama paid tribute to the victims. >> so beautiful that everyone has come together as a community, as a nation and the world. >> reporter: they waited for hours along with thousands of others for a service designed to start the healing process. >> i am proud and i feel just so mu
in watertown, patti lee. >> what was it like being there. when police tell you you're in the line of fire and you're running for your life. what was that like today? >> reporter: frank it was terrifying. the first moment as we were rushing up that hill behind the officers. we were thinking about nothing except trying to catch up with them. but once we heard the volley of fire. once they started screaming at us to get out of the way that we could potentially get shot is when the reality hit. and we definitely ducked for cover. >> all right, patti lee, live in watertown massachusetts, thank you patti. >>> three people are being asked about the bombings after the fbi conducted search warrant. it's private off campus housing for the university of massachusetts darmuth. that's near new bedford. >>> dzhokhar tsarnaev is a student there. and lives on campus but may have lived at this second complex at some point. the school says it will stay closed tomorrow. >>> we now know the name of the campus police officer who u w-z shot and killed last night when police say the tsarnaev brothers took fligh
, patti lee. >> what was it like being there. when police tell you you're in the line of fire and you're running for your life. what was that like today? >> reporter: frank it was terrifying. the first moment as we were rushing up that hill behind the officers. we were thinking about nothing except trying to catch up with them. but once we heard the volley of fire. once they started screaming at us to get out of the way that we could potentially get shot is when the reality hit. and we definitely ducked for cover. >> all right, patti lee, live in watertown massachusetts, thank you patti. >>> three people are being asked about the bombings after the fbi conducted search warrant. it's private off campus housing for the university of massachusetts darmuth. that's near new bedford. >>> dzhokhar tsarnaev is a student there. and lives on campus but may have lived at this second complex at some point. the school says it will stay closed tomorrow. >>> we now know the name of the campus police officer who u w-z shot and killed last night when police say the tsarnaev brothers took flight. his n
a heros welcome. that's around the time of his birthday. >>> patti lee was just blocks from the bombings yesterday. patty is live in boston tonight and patti you spoke with bay area runners there at the site of the explosion. >> reporter: we're live at one of dozens of vigils here in boston tonight. this one is near the blast site. you can see people have dropped off flowers, balloons and left messages. among them are bay area residents grappling for answers tonight. >> reporter: the finish line of the boston marathon today became a memorial of sorts for the 140 injured and the three lives lost. >> like everyone it's emotional to go back there. >> reporter: melissa malone says she cannot wait to fly home tonight and hug her children. she says she witnessed the explosion after she stepped out of the medical tent. now she can't forget the horror. >> i saw two big explosions at the finish line and immediately called my husband hysterically and tried to get out as fast as possible. >> reporter: her husband waiting for her near the finish described the confusion among the spectators. >> the p
:00 news, patti lee will be in boston. she's looking for bay area residents hurt in yesterday's blast at the boston marathon or in the crowd when the explosions happened. they are still looking for witnesses and pictures of the events. >>> thank you for watching us here. we're always here for you at ktvu.com and mobile ktvu.com.
in advance for miss promounsing names. lorenso lastana. patty lee. and derek sorata. >> go ahead and it will be two minutes. >> thank you supervisors. my name is susan wisberg and i am a long time renter and rent resident of san francisco. san francisco does not need more condos, contrary that home ownership is the american dream, many people do not want to own homes or cannot. over the 43 years that i have happily been a renter i have seen the renting become more and more impossible for the people who have made the city the diverse place that it has been. one of the ways this has happened is the loss of affordable rental stock to condo conversion. this leads to evictions followed by tic converted to condos. >> next speaker? >> hi my name is mer vin and i leave in the building in the district eight with my 75-year-old disabled mom. and recently they speculate a call (inaudible) bought my property and (inaudible) they said that i received a letter from the attorney, stating that they intent on converting my building. and (inaudible) issue a notice of violation so far nothing has b
are cracking down on drivers who text and make phone calls without using a hand held device. ktvu's patti lee is live where she road along with chp and learned perception is a big part of the problem. >> reporter: that perception problem became very clear as we road along on this freeway with chp officers. no driver admitted to being a hazard on the road but officers hope this awareness campaign will show them that illegal cell phone use just isn't worth it. chp officer d.j.sarabia scans the highway looking for drivers distracted by their cell phones. >> i'm going to be looking for people who have their hands to their ear. >> reporter: other tip off. phone held in front of faces or drivers looking down with at least one hand off the steering wheel. it didn't take long to find what he was looking for. >> i stopped you for talking on your cell phone. can i see your driver's license please. >> reporter: a growing problem that has caused hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries in california over the past few years. a first time offense nets a fine of $555 minimum. the expensive message will
a hand held device. ktvu's patti lee is live where she road along with chp and learned perception is a big part of the problem. >> reporter: that perception problem became very clear as we road along on this freeway with chp officers. no driver admitted to being a hazard on the road but officers hope this awareness campaign will show them that illegal cell phone use just isn't worth it. chp officer d.j.sarabia scans the highway looking for drivers distracted by their cell phones. >> i'm going to be looking for people who have their hands to their ear. >> reporter: other tip off. phone held in front of faces or drivers looking down with at least one hand off the steering wheel. it didn't take long to find what he was looking for. >> i stopped you for talking on your cell phone. can i see your driver's license please. >> reporter: a growing problem that has caused hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries in california over the past few years. a first time offense nets a fine of $555 minimum. the expensive message will help get the word out. >> people say all you have to do is ci
isn't going to destroy their city. ktvu's patti lee was at one memorial this evening where friends remembered a fellow students. >> reporter: in boston, memorials are growing in number and in size. this one is near the site of the blast. and consists of flowers, flags, balloons and messages of sorrow and hope. students from boston university gathered after learning that a fellow student was one of the three that had been killed in the blast. they wrote signs which they then taped to the barricades. their goal to send messages of hope to the city and to the world. >> we just want to show everybody that people still care. and that boston comes together as a community and boston university can come together as a community and we can show how much love there is and that can beat out all the hate that was shown yesterday. >> reporter: storms toppled the barricades several times smashing flowers and sending signs flying. there's a question on how long these memorials can with stand the wind and weather. but boston police assure us they will pick up these barricades every time they fall.
of people are coming together to show that a bomber isn't going to destroy their city. ktvu's patti lee was at one memorial this evening where friends remembered a fellow students. >> reporter: in boston, memorials are growing in number and in size. this one is near the site of the blast. and consists of flowers, flags, balloons and messages of sorrow and hope. students from boston university gathered after learning that a fellow student was one of the three that had been killed in the blast. they wrote signs which they then taped to the barricades. their goal to send messages of hope to the city and to the world. >> we just want to show everybody that people still care. and that boston comes together as a community and boston university can come together as a community and we can show how much love there is and that can beat out all the hate that was shown yesterday. >> reporter: storms toppled the barricades several times smashing flowers and sending signs flying. there's a question on how long these memorials can with stand the wind and weather. but boston police assure us they will
is still in the hospital there tonight after undergoing more surgery. patti lee continuing our coverage. she is live in boston this evening. >> reporter: i'm told that aaron hern had a two-hour surgery this afternoon here at boston children's hospital, according to a close family friend who was here for that surgery and who traveled with the hern family from martinez here to boston. 11-year-old aaron hern is one step closer to returning home to california. surgeons today successfully closed the wound on his thigh. >> aaron was hit by shrapnel from one of the bombs near the finish line. >> i just can't believe that someone did this to innocent people. >> and i feel horrible for everyone that lost their livings and all the people that have been injured. >> reporter: crowds continued to stop at the bomb site today to pay respects, leaving flowers, t-shirts and messages of hopes, reminders that this too would pass. crowds also gathered around the federal courthouse in boston after word leaked out that a suspect in the case would be taken there. when we called boston police and the fbi to co
tonight patti lee spoke with the victim's father. >>>reporter: 34 -year-old boyer was preparing for a new phase of his life last year he married a fellow paramedic unit school, last week he was accepted into stanford's program for physician assistant but on tuesday boyer were shot in the head, here at the intersection of keller enhancing near the oakland hills. witnesses told police a man got out of a brown car opened fire causing boyer to crash his car down the embankment. he died yesterday in the hospital. >> they took my son from the. and -- my son from being and the boat up is crazy creating a devastating loss. >>>reporter: roger boyer described as that is committed to helping others of paramedic i trade who also volunteered at his local church . >> there is a 10,000-dollar reward given by crimestoppers, asking the public if they have seen anything, heard anything. >>>reporter: the boyer family hopes conscience will prompt someone with information about their son's killer to come forward. >> i have had two joys in my life. one was my daughter, one was my son. i have lost my joy from m
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are on their way to boston. patty lee is there where the president is expected to speak, patty? >> reporter: we are live at the cathedral of the holy cross and as you can see there is a long line of people many of whom have waited long hours to get to go and see him. also two bay area students, boston university students, one named emily, we want to take a quick interview about why you are here? >> well, first because of president barack obama and secondly, everybody knows there is a boston grad student who was killed in the explosion lu lingzi, and we are here to honor her as well. >> how has this affected you? >> i have never seen anything like this in my life and when i went to the barricade, as soon as i saw the flowers i started crying and it is beautiful that every one has come together as an entire nation and the world and i also think it is amazing that the marathon runners are running with their hands over their hearts and it's really special how they are trying to help the world heel. >> reporter: we want to talk more about the kind of security we are waiting for the former governor m
:00 a.m., reporting live in boston, patty lee, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> we have some information on the 11-year-old boy who injured in the boston bombings. the mother tells us her son is recovering after a successful operation on his injured leg. he -- we also understand his breathing tube has been removed and the next concern is possible infection and on monday, he was waiting for his mother to finish the boston marathon when the bomb went off a short distance away. >>> there are major problems on westbound 580 and they were involved in a serious crash and the traffic is a huge mess all the way back to the pass, which means miles and miles of slow traffic coming up to the dublin interchange and looking at this, they are making some progress and the big-rig truck has arrived, but again right near 680, you can see the big- rig is blocking a they try to get in on that traffic. as they try to make it to dublin this morning you need to add an hour to your commute. 6:39 let's move along and take a look at the bridge, that is backed up for a 25 to 30 minute delay coming into san franci
:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. live in menlo park, patti lee, ktvu. >>> do you remember life before cell phones? 40 years ago today the first cell phone call was made. motorola inventer martin keeper in new york city made that call. the first cell phone, remember, that was known as the brick. it weighed two and a half pounds and measured 10 inches long. analysts say smartphone users globally surpassed the 1 billion mark last fall. >>> chevron says the damaged unit in richmond may not reopen now until june. that unit was damaged during a fire last august. as a result, chevron was issued 25 citations by the division of occupational safety and health and fined nearly a million dollars. now the company says the damaged unit has been repaired but regulatory approvals are expected to delay the reopening. >>> san francisco health inspectors gave a thai restaurant the all-clear following an order earlier this week that it shut down immediately. a crowd of people waited in line for dinner at the restaurant on 9th avenue. on monday the inspector noted cockroaches were running across kitchen prep s
.m. tomorrow morning. live in menlo park, patti lee, ktvu. >>> do you remember life before cell phones? 40 years ago today the first cell phone call was made. motorola inventer martin keeper in new york city made that call. the first cell phone, remember, that was known as the brick. it weighed two and a half pounds and measured 10 inches long. analysts say smartphone users globally surpassed the 1 billion mark last fall. >>> chevron says the damaged unit in richmond may not reopen now until june. that unit was damaged during a fire last august. as a result, chevron was issued 25 citations by the division of occupational safety and health and fined nearly a million dollars. now the company says the damaged unit has been repaired but regulatory approvals are expected to delay the reopening. >>> san francisco health inspectors gave a thai restaurant the all-clear following an order earlier this week that it shut down immediately. a crowd of people waited in line for dinner at the restaurant on 9th avenue. on monday the inspector noted cockroaches were running across kitchen prep surfaces and
who have recently returned for military service over the situation in their home country. patti lee. >>> a group of flight attendants handed out leaflets today. they were urging passengers to write congress about the dangerous of allowing small knives on board planes. the transportation safety administration is set to lift a ban on knives with blades that are shorter than 2.6 inches as well as some sports equipment including hockey sticks. the tsa says ignoring small knives will allow screeners to focus on looking for explosivings. - - explosives. but the mother of one of the victims of the 9/11 attacks pointed out that hijackers used knives not weapons to take over the airplanes. >> as the mother of a man who lost his life i am here to say to the tsa, please please do not allow these weapons back on the aircrafts. >> reporter: the ban on knives is set to be lifted on april 25th. >>> connecticut today became the third state to pass tougher gun laws following the killings at sandy hook elementary. daniel malloy added more than 100 guns on the list. background checks will also be requ
feet apart. patty lee is in boston and joins us by phone. where exactly were you when the bombs went off? >> reporter: i was maybe 2-1/2 blocks away from that blast. the closer you get to the finish line the more packed it gets. you know, frank, you mentioned how could this happen, this is such a big tradition, one of the reasons i timed this trip to be here, patriots day is so much fun. a lot of people have the day off and they come down and watch this race, so it is a lot of fun, it attracts thousands of thousands of fans. it was just, you know, a terrible situation. we knew there was a problem, but we didn't know what happened. we heard a blast, we didn't see smoke because it didn't rise higher than the buildings all of us spectators were kind of looking at each other saying did you hear that, what was that, but we were looking for signs on what it could have been, and we weren't even sure if it was a bad thing or what, but either way we didn't take chances and left the area immediately. >> at what point did you realize this was no accident? >> gentleman asked us to use his phone,
with a gunman at a stop sign in the east bay hills. only on 2, patti lee on the victim and his family's heartbreaking loss. >> 34-year-old quinn boyer was preparing for a new phase in his life. last year he married a fellow paramedic he met in school. last week he was accepted into stanford's program for physician assistants. but on tuesday, boyer was shot in the head here in the intersection of keller and hensom. a man got out of a brown car and opened fire causing boyer to crash his car down this enbankment. he died yesterday in the hospital. >> they took my son from me. and whoever it was, created a devastating loss. >> reporter: heartbreak was evidence as boyer describedded his son as committed to helping others. a paramedic by trade who also volunteered at his local church. >> there's a $10,000 reward given out by crime stoppers, we're asking the public if they've seen anything or heard anything. >> reporter: the boyer family hopes that conscious will prompt someone with information about their son's killer to come forward. >> i've had two joys in my life. one was my daughter, on
following an encounter with a gunman at a stop sign in the east bay hills. only on 2, patti lee on the victim and his family's heartbreaking loss. >> 34-year-old quinn boyer was preparing for a new phase in his life. last year he married a fellow paramedic he met in school. last week he was accepted into stanford's program for physician assistants. but on tuesday, boyer was shot in the head here in the intersection of keller and hensom. a man got out of a brown car and opened fire causing boyer to crash his car down this enbankment. he died yesterday in the hospital. >> they took my son from me. and whoever it was, created a devastating loss. >> reporter: heartbreak was evidence as boyer describedded his son as committed to helping others. a paramedic by trade who also volunteered at his local church. >> there's a $10,000 reward given out by crime stoppers, we're asking the public if they've seen anything or heard anything. >> reporter: the boyer family hopes that conscious will prompt someone with information about their son's killer to come forward. >> i've had two joys in my
. patti lee will have more reports at 5:00 -- at 5:00. as well. thank you.
channel 2 news. >> and ktvu reporter patty lee is also in boston this morning covering the president and first lady. live reported tonight at 5:00 and 6:00. >> new this morning an official says lab test confirms a letter did contain the poison. arrested a mississippi man accused of mailing that letter to president obama and to a judge. the letter addressed to president obama was intercepted in maryland. the two other letters were traced to that same man. a sheriff in mississippi says there is a clear connection between all three letters. >> there are great consistencies and similarities to the two letters and the information we received from the federal people that senator and president obama received. >> the mississippi man accused of mailing the letters wrote online about a government conspiracy to ruin his reputation. >> new this morning, north korea is laying out new demands in order to resume talks about nuclear program. in a statement the north korea government is calling for the lifting of un sanks and the end of military drills. in addition, it says the u.s. and south korea s
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pushing hard for the tasers. during the st. patty's day parade, i said i'm getting push back. he said, clyde, push harder. so, i talked to jane kim. i spoke to mayor lee, mayor lee says, clyde, it's not my cause. police commission and the board of supervisors. so, the board of supervisors was marching down market so i stopped them. i spoke to the supervisors. whew, it was cold, it was cold. i'll be honest with you. most of my [speaker not understood] are uninformed. i spoke to the [speaker not understood] coalition who is fighting it. and i sat down with her. she said, clyde, do you know how many people died from tasers last year? i said, how many? she said, 170. i said, ma'am, do you know how many people died in swimming pools ladthv year? -- last year? she said, no, how many? i said 900. she said, how do you know that? i said, google it. she came back. she said [speaker not understood] homeless people. how many people out of those 170 people that died were homeless? she said, i don't know. i said, look it up, ma'am. it was 12. the rest of them are not homeless people. we need these
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